Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 19
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Alton, Illinois
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MONDAf, APIUL10,1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH F.HeThiele ft ttitele «t ft ft. fltn M,, t rtflrto AIMn rbtt OfucO «np!0y», dirt «mday at 13:09 tun., to ft.Aflttwny'1 HwpRaj , following Btwrfel ywn of ill hMlth, fit (MM! town in tnd out of hospfteti Mvii'&t Unto Mid had kit tnlnM April 7. Mr. TW»1», who rttirtd In IBM bteatai e* WUttg hMlth, had mrnptttad 93 y»aft inviee with tin pent office and, had worked u driver of t Ptrml pott truck. At the time of his retirement he hid been honored by co«work» era at the post office at a banquet at American Legion Mall at which he shared honors with an. other postal employe, Luther McCoy. A life-long resident of Alton, he was born Dec. 30, UBS, a eon of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thiele. He attended the Alton tchools and was married Feb. 4, 1936. to the former Sophia Walter. He was a World War 1 Veteran with overseas service and was a member ol Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors are his widow, three brothers, William and Harry, Alton and Albert. Molina, and a sister, Mrs. Arthur Braun, Alton. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m., In Gent Chapel by the Rev. Ralph Lynn. Burial will be In Valhalla Memorial Park. Friends may call at the chapel alter 3 p.m., today. J. H. Hunter John Henry Hunter, 51, For-! est Homes, in ill health for two years, was dead on arrival at Wood River Township Hospital j this morning at 8:05. Born at Louisiana, Mo., Oct. 18, 1909, he. was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John William Hunter. He had resided in Alton before moving to Forest Homes two years ago. His wife, the former Veneta Richman, died in 1960. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Catherine Romano, Forest Homes; Margaret, Pauline of Belevedeere and Rosemary, Alton; four sons, John of Forest Homes, and 'George William, James Larry, and Leon Earl of Alton; five sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Berdette, Forest Homes; Ttllle, Bertie, and Mildred, AJton; and Pauline of Ohio; three brothers, George, William, and Elmer, all from out-of-town, and lour grandchildren. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Brandewiede Funeral rites for Mrs. Minnie Brandewiede, 84, of St. Louis, widow of William Brandewiede St., and member of an old Alton family, were conducted at 10 a.m. today in the Wingber- muehle Funeral Home, 3819 S. Grand Ave., St. Louis. Interment ; was in Sunset Burial Park.' Mrs. Brandewiede, long in ill health, died Friday morning in a South St. Louis nursing home. Mr. Brandeweide, a former em- ploye of the Telegraph, died 10 years ago. In DvfivWi ftfe MM MWi in falling hwlfh ailn a {MlWfft In l, DWlVW, ftlf ffflWB She was born March W, 1MB, at Wood River, a dmighttt of the late Mr, and MM, Lhwetn CHBOCn, i Surviving In addition to her husband are nine children, nont of whom resided in the ana; two brothers, Harrison and Richard Ferguson, Wood River; 2? grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. m Mrs. Sedlacek EDWARDSVILLE - Mrs. Al> bina Sedlaoek, 77, of Glen Carbon, died at 12:45 a.m. Sunday In an Alton hospital. She had been a resident of Glen Carbon the past 50 years. ^^ Born Nov. 13, 1883, in BoRSm- ia, a daughter of the late Anton and AJblna Vacha. She was married to Albert Sedlacek, who died April 3, 1943. Six sons surviving are Wit- Mam, Albert, Charles and Tony Sedlacek, all of Glen Carbon; William Sedlacek, Edwardsville and Joseph Sedlacek, Rock Island, Wash. Twelve grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren also survive. She was a member of the Bohemian Benevolent Society and the Unity of Bohemian Ladies. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at Straube Funeral Home in charge of Frank Novak of the Bohemian Society, with interment in Buck Road Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home until the time for services. Mrs. Oyler Funeral rites for Mrs. Lilly Elizabeth Oyler, 72, a former Altonian, who died Friday at Denver, Colo., will be conducted Wednesday at 10 a.m., in St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body of Mrs. Oyler, wife of Percy Oyler, arrived in Alton this morning, and was taken to Streeper Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Oyler, a native of Alton- Wood River area, moved from here 17 years ago to make her CUT FLOWERS Floral Arranfimintt Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association LEO WILLIS SR. LEO WILLIS JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evening! HO 6-8617 Miss Gwyn WORDEN — Miss Adell M (Delia) Gwyn, a retired telephone operator, and former em- ploye of Illinois Power & Light Co., here, died at 2 a.m., Sunday in an Alton hospital. She had been in failing' health for five years. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Gwyn, she was born Nov. 1, 1889, at Litchfield Miss Gwyn was a member of Worden Methodist Church and belonged to Womens Society of Christian Service of the church. Survivors are two brothers Guy, Silver City, N. M., and Harley C., Sr., Worden; a sis ter, Brs. John Schneider, Wilsonville, and nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents two brothers and three sisters preceded her in death. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m., hi Worden Methodist Church by the Rev. H. M. Fish. Burial will be in Worden City Cemetery. The body is at Williamson Funeral Home, Worden, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Tuesday and until noon Wednesday when the will taken to the church. Robert Vinson JERSEYVILLE — Robert Vin son, 61, was found dead Saturday at his home in Nutwood. Death was due to natural causes. A son of the late George and Alice Cope Vinson, he was born Aug. 5, 1899. Survivors are a son, George Robert, Granite City; his wife Mrs. Etta Vinson, Springborough Pa., two brothers, Henry and Lloyd, Dow; a sister, Mrs. Otha Wadlow, Fieldon, and two grand children. The body is at Gubser Funeral Home where services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m., by the Rev. M Edwards Breed pastor of First Presbyterian Church. Interment will be in Rosedale Cemetery. Friends may call at the funera home after 4 p.m., today. G. W. Pruitt JERSEYVILLE: — George Walter Pruitt, 36, of FieWon, died Sunday at 7:05 p.m.! in St. Anthony's Hospital, Alton where he had been admitted earlier in the day. A son of MM. Fannie Skiff Prultt and the late Kersey Prultt, he was born Aug. 19 FRED H. THIELE Services 2:00 P.M. Tuesday in the Chapel, Rev. Ralph Lynn officiating. Burial in Valhalla Memorial Park. > In state at the Chapel. FRANK R. DEHNER Services 10:00 A.M. Wednesday la the Chapel, Rev. Robert Coehraa oltieUtlng- Burlal in Upper AltflB Cemetery. In state at the Chapel aftw I P.M. Tu*iday, Navy Plane Rotates Allrng Red Srienllit AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP)~A Hct-equlpped U.S. Navy plane today brought an ailing Soviet scientist to'the American an- tractic base at McMtirdo Sound after a mercy flight of mow ttan 4,000 miles. The scientist, Leonid Kupcrnov, s suffering from chronic stomach ulcers that flared up while he was working with American scientists in Marie Byrd Land, 691 miles from the South Pole. GRADUATE FROM ASSESSOR'S SCHOOL Deputy assessors are ghotm being sworn to "op- of Instruction at city hall Monday morning. The dep- hold tne laws of the State of Illinois, and the Const!- uties will make honse-to-house calls dating the next ttttton of the United States" as City Clerk Pool Price few months to actually ascertain personal property administers the oath to those who attended a period holdings for tax purposes.—Staff Photo. 1924; at Fleldon. Survivors In addition to his mother are his wife, Mrs. Marceda Swan Prultt; two daughters, Marie and Cynthia; two brothers, Kersey and Leo, Fieldon; and five sisters, Mrs. Ned Devenlng, Mrs. Ralph Gates, Mrs. Fred Herring and Miss Allie Prultt, Fleldon, and Mrs. Steward Wadlow, Jerseyville. His father and a sister, Geraldine, preceded him in death. Funeral rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m., In Fieldon Baptist Church. Burial will be In Fieldon Cemetery. The body will be at the Pruitt residence In Fieldon where friends' may call after 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Zoll Mrs. Beulah B. Zoll, wife of Earl Zoll of 3216 Kendall Dr., and a long-time resident of Alton, died at 5 a.m. Sunday in an Alton hospital. Mrs. Zoll, who was 62, had been in declining health for five years and hospitalized for the past year. A native of Atwater, she was born on Jan. 25, 1898, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. El- vades McDow. She attended the Alton schools and was married here to Earl Zoll in 1927. She is survived, in addition to her husband, Earl, by one daughter, Mrs. H. D. Chappell Jr., of Waukegan; a brother, Earl McDow of Wilmette and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Bacon of Santa Ana, Calif., and Mrs. Rheba Knighten of Yucaipa, Calif. Mrs. Zoll was a member of the Upper Alton Baptist Church, and pastor of the church, Rev. Robert J. Cochran, will officiate at funeral rites Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Morrow-Quinn Mortuary. Interment will be to Upper Alton Cemetery. Visitation hours at Morrow Quinn will be from 4 p.m. Tuesday, until time of the funeral. C. E Ruyle In failing health for several years, Charles H. Ruyle, 82, of 33 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, died at 8:03 a.m., today in St. Joseph Hospital. He entered the hospital Thursday. A carpenter by trade, Mr. Ruyle had worked on construction jobs in Alton area for a number of years. He was born at Kemper, March 1, 1879, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs, Amos Ruyle. He resided in Alton for 29 years before moving to Cottage Hills 20 years ago. Surviving are his wife, the former Claudia Mae Holden, to whom he was married 58 years ago; a son, Ben Ruyle, Alton; two brothers, Eric, Alton, and Roy, Jerseyville; five grandchildren, and ttven great* grandchildren. Two brothers and four sisters preceded him in death, The body U at Smith Funeral Home, Alton, where rites will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m., by the Rev, Fred Peek. lurial will be in Kemper Ceme- ery. Visitation hours at the funeral iome will he from 6 p.m., TUBS- lay until time of the funeral. Gen. Alexander M. Patch of World War II fame was born in Fort Huachuca, Ariz., in 1888, only two years alter the fort was Read TelefTsph Want A4i Bally Thotnag E. Kohlburn Rites Conducted' Following services Saturday at 11 a.m., in Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Bethalto, the body of Thomas Edward Kohl' burn, was taken to Edwardsville for interment in St. Boniface Cemetery. The Rev. Father Thomas Manning officiated at the rites. Casketbearers were Frank Deitz, Kermlt Harden, Ike Rhine, and Victor Dubbledee. Thomas Edward was the infant son of Forest Kohlburn, principal of Civic Memorial High School, and Mrs. Kohlburn. A. A. Heath Services Held Funeral rites for Augusta A. Heath of Bethalto were conducted Saturday at 2 p.m., In Church of God, East Alton, by the Rev. Kenneth Moore. Burial was in Roselawn Memory Gardens, Bethalto. Pallbearers were Leonard McCormick, Gene Bohannon, Jack Cooper, Glen West, Melvin Greer, and Albert Unthank. Mrs. Scherrer Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Mrs. Sarah Scherrer, widow of John J. Scherrer, were conducted at 1 p.m., today in Gent Chapel by the Rev. Edwards R. Maul of East St. Louis. Interment was in Val- halia Memorial Park. Casketbearers were Julian Neil, Edward Danielson, William Phillips, Herman Weishaupt, and Robert and Percy Lauck. Claud Smith Rites Conducted Funeral rites for Claud Smith, of East Alton, were conducted fft 1 p.m. Saturday in Grace General Baptist Church, East Alton, with the Rev. Earl Clagg, officiating. Interment was in White Hall Cemetery. -Pallbearers were Clyde Jones, Vincent Wheeler, Berthold Stagall, Lawrence Ball, Joe Apel and Roy Lacey. Mrs. Daugherty Rites Set Tuesday Funeral rites for Mrs. Anna Daugherty, wife of Chris Daugherty of 726 Park Dr., will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m., in St. Patrick's Church. The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after 4 p.m., today. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today. A son, Richard Caldwell, U.S. Navy, who has been stationed aboard the U.S.S. Forrestal, in the Mediterranean, arrived in Alton Sunday. Elmer P. Williams Rites Conducted Committal rites for Elmer P. William* were conducted at 10 a.m. today in National Cemetery, Services for Mr. Williams were held Saturday at 1 p.m., in Russell Chapel with the Rev. George E, Young, pastor of Campbell Chapel, A. M. E. Church, officiating. Htad Teletreph Want A4f Daily NOTICE BETHALTO DOG OWNERS VftirifttriM will be •* Ike fir* newt* Tuti., April 11 •mi Thurt., April 10, M ?•*. fer ribiti vt«c!h«tion. Vllttft fbrk will be pritent for ike uU »f VllUqt Dftf LlttMl •** WlvMl Tt* UttMt, Wli P. DOUB, Children Get Wrong Idea on TV By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Many thoughtful persons are concerned about the picture of American life received by our foreign friends—and our enemies too— from exported American televi sion shows. A recent fuss was raised over the British broadcast of a program on conditions of American migrant farm workers. I am sometimes worried about the picture of life received by American TV viewers, particularly the youngsters who form a particularly devoted audience. The early evening situation comedies are good examples because most of them concern family life. All families in these programs live in bright, shining suburban houses with elegant furnishings and spacious grounds. All TV families have cars—late models and freshly washed. All TV fathers are white collar workers who go to work in matched jackets and trousers, wearing hats and carrying briefcases. They are lawyers, doctors, insurance men, engineers or real estate men. I can only think oi one TV family man who wokec in a factory—Riley in "Life ol Riley" and he's not with us any more except in reruns. TV mothers are invariably young, slim, professionally manicured and coiffed and they wear expensive clothes. Finances are rarely a real problem for anybody. Lots of youngsters musl wonder which way of life is real: their own at home or the one they keep seeing on the television screen. Television turned its attention over the weekend to the forthcoming trial in Israel of Adolf Eichmann. Both ABC and NBC had special programs on the background of the case against the former Nazi charged with systematic exter mination of Jews during World War II. Cooly enlightening was NBC's debate Saturday night on "The Nation's Future," when two experts argued whether Eichmann's trial in Israel serves the cause of international justice. Both Dr. Milton Katz of Harvard—who thinks it does—and Dr. Herbert Wechsler of Columbia—who took the negative—care fully steered clear of the inflam matory and the searing memory They stayed within the legal as pects of the case—Israel's right to try the man. Both agreed it would have been preferable for Eichmann to be tried by an international tribunal, U such a court existed. Recommended tonight: Danny Thomas Show, CBS, 9-9:30 (EST) —comic Buddy Lester is the gueit star. Austin Peters Rites Conducted The Rev. Orrin Anderson conducted funeral cervices for Austin Peters at 2 p.m. Saturday in Morrow>Quinn Mortuary. Burial was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Arthur Northway, Eugene Montgomery, Wilbur BrtitwelMr, Earl Hair, C. Hansel Croft, and Sidney Winston. Etete Jones Ritas Conducted Funeral rites for Elzie Jones were conducted Sunday at 8 p.m., in RUMell Chapel by the Rev. John C. Oliver. Burial at 11 a.m. today was in Alton Cemetery. VANDENBERG AIR FORCE 1 BASE. Calif. fAP)-The 23rd Dis-| coverer satellite orbited the earthi today with a secret load that: could include powerful cameras! or heat detectors. i The satellite was launched Saturday into a north-south orbit. "It's doing just fine." the Air Force reported. Girdling the globe every 94 minutes, it passes as near the earth as 186 miles and as far away as 402 miles. Says Sgt. York Got No Break on Taxes WASHINGTON (AP)-Mortimer M. Caplin, commissioner of internal revneue, says the government gave Sgt. Alvin York "no special advantage" in setting his tax bill at $25,000. York, 73, broke and in ill health had been in income tax difficulty for several years because of income he received from a book and a motion picture based on his life and war exploits. The government finally agreed to settle the bill for $25,000 and the money was raised in a nationwide campaign. STOCKHOLM — Sweden's bid for British trade is reflected in a sharp increase in the number of medium-size businesses which have entered that market. KHARTOUM, Spain-Bulb have been asked on • 100-mile road to b« built Iran tort to Wad Medial. 23rd Discoverer Orbits Secret Load Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS LILLIAN LOVATTO, ) Plaintiff, ) THEODORE LOVATTO. Defendant. DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 61-C-180 TO: Theodore Lovatto. The requlslt affidavit having been filed, notice In hereby given you, Theodore Lovatto, defendant In the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, by the »ald plaintiff. Lillian Lovatto, against you, praying for divorce; that said suit to numbered 61-C-180 in Chancery, and is still pending. And that Theodore Lovatto, defendant, Is to be served by publication. The said suit for divorce will also pray that the plaintiff, Lillian Lovatto be decreed to be the sole owner of, and that you. Theodore Lovatto. be divested of any and all interest you may have In and to the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lot 2 of Wlckllffe's Addition to Colllnsvllle, being a subdivision of Part of the East FOlTMiMT - 6itt ft twry Httr NOTICE— Prom thii will no lontw any rtebta com other than myiei . vio My. III. R. R. 4. ICE OF ALTON C iWNERS ANNUAL ELDERLY coma that on farm Mutt modern. Avail den space. ~ Public notice ti hereby the annual meeting B. -..-.„Owners of Alton cemetery will held in th« dlreetof'sroom "-~ tanine floor) of the JPIrK Nl Bank * Trait Co.. 200 Watt street. Alton, nilnoli, on M<the seventeenth day of April. 1 at 7:30 p.m. As part of the business of the meeting, two trustees are to be elected for five year* (the tentii of B. Edward Meyer and Paul S. Couilay expire). Dated this third day of Aprit, 1M1. ALTON CEMETERY, j. A. Ryrie, president, Wm. H. H. Blerbaum, secretary. FIRST CLASS around work. Drinken need not apply, care Alton Telegraph. JOBS: High pay. All America, The island*, to travel, etc. For Write Oept. 3SO. Na Broad, Newark, N.J. MUSICAL Pillow case and apron party, Tuesday, April 11, 8 p.m. Teamsters * Chauffeurs Hall. .Sponsored by Degree of Poeahpnt- as Llllmaee Council No. 222. Free pie and coffee. Donation $1.00. Pocahonta* Llllmaee ROSEWOOD AFRICAN VIOLET SOCIETY—Showing * Tea April 22. noon to 9 p.m. April as, 10 to 4 Hllcrest House 934 Main St. Public Invited. Free.. WANTEDr-a young mm to lawn g Business. Lont hours, ~ ' in per- ^eatina"*"Alr"CoiidUIOti. the heating __ hard work, good pay. ... .... son between 10 a.m. and 18 noon. LAM Heating •> Ate. Coil ing, 91 Henry St.. AUo%3J WANTED MAN.-ege _. ried. To service estab Insurance debt In A Salary and eommliilofi. ... 317 Commercial Building .true or phone HO ment. for In. m it. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS The Board of Supervisors, Madison County, Edwardsville, Illinois, will receive sealed bids for the erection and completion of a Madison County Juvenile Shelter, Edwards- vllle, Illinois, until 10:00 A. M.. COST, on the First day of May, 1961, at the County Court House, Edwardsvtlle. Illinois, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. Separate bids will be received as follows: 1. General Work 2. Plumbing and Drainage 3. Heatlns and Ventilating 4. Electric Work Each successful bidder will be required to qualify for and to furnish a satisfactory performance bond se y a Ihe qualified Surety Corn- full amount of the Con cured b; pany In tract. Tue Contract Documents, Includ Ing Plans and Specifications, will be on file after March 27, 1661, at the following offices: John L. Kraynak, County Auditor. County Court House. Edwardsville, Illinois Samuel E. Sanner, A. I. A., Architect, 1662a Washington Avenue. Alton, Illinois Plan rooms of the F, W. Dod?e Corporation located at 3842 West Pine Street, St. Louis 8. Missouri Southern Illinois Builders Association located at 505 No. 73rd Street. East St. Louis. Illino's Construction Em p 1 o y e r • Council located at 701A Henry Street, Alton, Illinois. One set of the documents for the Juvenile Shelter may be obtained by each prime contractor for the purpose of submitting a bid by depositing a certified or cashier's check In the amount of $30.00 for each sat with Samuel E. Sanner. A. I. A., Architect, 1662ft Washington Avenue, Alton. Illinois. The deposit for one set of documents will be returned to each contractor who return* the documents In good condition on or before the time of bidding. Additional sets of drawings and specification* may be obtained If the bidder pays the cost of reproduction. The Board of Supervisor*. Madison County, Edwardsville, Illinois, reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive any informalities In bidding, and to accept the bid that In its Judgment will be in the best interest of the County. A certified check, cashier's check, bank draft, or bid bond, made payable to the MedUon County Board of Supervisor*. Edwardivllle, Illinois, in an amount of not lea* than 5% of the amount of the bid shall be submitted as a deposit with each bid. which said deposit shall be forfeited to said Madison County Board of Supervisors. If the bidder refuses to execute a contract upon acceptance of his bid, or falls to qualify therefore. Bid bond (hall be secured by a Company. Qualified Surety All bids shall be based upon the current Minimum Wage Rates ai approved by the State of Illinois. Department of Labor for this project. Subsequent changes or modifications received from the Depart- me it of Labor will be forwarded to each biddar immediately upop receipt by addenda. No bid may be withdrawn after the opening of bldt (Or 90 day* thereafjr* period of Half Southwest Quarter Section 28, Township 3 North, Range 8 West of the Third Principal Meridian, according to the plat thereof recorded September 8, 1887 In Plat Book 5 page 7. Situated in the County of Madison and State of Illinois. Also The Northwesterly V, of Lot 270 in Block 8 of "PLATTED TOWN OF ILLINOIS CITY;" reference being had to the plat thereof recorded in the Recorder'* Office of St. Clair County, Illinois, In Book of Deeds "E" on pages 301 and 302. Situated in the City of East St. Louis, County of St. Clair and State of Illinois. Now, therefore, unles you, Theodore Lovatto, said defendant, file your answer to the complaint or otherwise appear In said suit, in the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held In the Court House in the City of Edwardsville, Illinois, on or before May 10, 1961, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a decree entered in accordance with the prayer of said complaint. Dated this 6th day of April. A. D., TO OUR MANY friends and custom ers we are operating a full Him radio and TV repair service and sales to give you better and more efficient service. Member of TBEW 1473, Electronics service Technician. Herahal A. Smith, Smltty's TV Service. CL 4-6382. TREES TOPPED—Trimmed. Safely removed. Fully Insured HO 2-0150. FOR THE BEST In yard grading, garden plowing. Rich Ovl/lo. CL 9-3879. WANT TO RENT MOVIB CARTOONS for the children's birthday party? See Foster's for brand new stock of wait Disney's cartoons. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, "Alton's Camera Headquarters." 380 B. Broadway. HO 5-2585. WANTED—Ride to MaeDonnell. lit shift, from Humbert road by race track. HO 2-9498. WASH OUTSIDE WINDOWS — In half time. No wiping, no spots, no streaks. Taverns, Rlesen Clear Glass guarantees perfect glass washing and lasts 90 days. $1.75 a gal. Crown. HO 5-5503. 1961. WILLARD V. PORTELL. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois. JOSEPH R. BARTYLAK. 207 East Main Street. Colllnsvllle, Illinois, Attorney for Plaintiff. IN MEMORIAM IN LOVING MEMORY OF ERNEST SANDBERG JR. Who Passed Away April 10, 1958. There Is a sad, but sweet remembrance. There Is a memory fond and true. And a token of affection, dear Daddy. And heartaches still for you. Sadly mised by Wife. Jackie. Sons and Daughters. IN MEMORY OF ERNEST SAND BERG JR.— who passed away April the tenth 1958. Sadly missed by parents Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sandberg. three brothers Clarence. Lawrence and Howard one sister Mary and their families. 6 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 4 DESIRABLE LOTS In Chrlstus Section of Valhalla Cemetery. Charles Curran. DU 4-9410. Fred E. Thompson Real Estate. PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS —Help problem drinkers. P. O. Bos 185. East Alton. HO 5-1612. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE—Moh April 10th 919 Belle 9 a.m. SOCIETIES and LODGES Belvldere Commandery No. 2 KT Special. Conclave Monday, April 10th. 7:30 p.m. Order of the Temple. Max E. Thompson. Cmdr. PTASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM — Tues., Apr. 11, 7:30 p.m. Work in E.A. degree, Visiting brethren wel- FRANCIS PAINTER. W.M. SHRINE CLUB MEETING — April 10, 7:30 p.m. Second floor. Clbara Club. Election of officers for 1961. Travel pictures of Alaska to be shown. Refreshments. D. L. Smith. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062, AF&AM — Monday. April 10. no W. SLAUGHTER. W.M. 10 LOST-^TRAVEO-OTOLEN LOST—Red Leather wallet, Bel-Air Drive-In Theatre. Wed night. REWARD to anyone return ng picture* valued a* keep sakes. CL 1-9266. MALE BOXER— Brown with white face. Answer* to name SL" Ac * ' Liberal Reward. HO 2-9653 : ___ _ LOST— iw'aie "pointer, liver i white. In Milton district. SM3 Oscar. HO__________________ LOST— Sable red teng Pomeranian dog. Answers to name of " Todd. North Alton area. Missing since Saturday afternoon. Reward. HO 22613. _ „ NOTICES tl EXCLUSIVE SALES RIGHTS — Now Available for Luiler Cosmetic*. Write to Shirley Becker 103 Portland, Belleville. HI. GARDEN PLOWING—Yard grading HO FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You em place your classified ad, classified kill or class!- fitd corrections 24 hours a ° Y ' Cafl HO 5-6511 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER-. I. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS and PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). t. Be *ure to itate the number of time* you desire your ad to run 3. Speak slowly and distinctly. 4. Remember this ie a mechanical device. It will answer your call •nd live you recorded instructions OD what to do. but other then that cannot answer any question you may have. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 6 P.'M. TO 8 A.M. AGE 21 TO 40 $460 MONTH GUARANTEED SALARY PLUS BONUSES Here is an excellent opportunity for tv/o men to join an organisation which is the acknowledged leader in its field. The position Is later- viewing persons after a very intensive advertising campaign. Putt office and field training are given each man selected. Requirements are: Gopd background, desire to meet and talk with other people, able to be away from home four nights each week, car In good condition, and available for Immediate employment. PERMANENT POSITION ' SALARY BEGINS WITH i TRAINING I SEE: MR. PETTIGREW 10:00 A.M. TO 3.00 P.M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12th ILLINOIS STATE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE 87 Henry St. Alton, Illinois IS HELP WANTED—FBMALB AIRLINE JOBS See our School Class 12a ad and call Pilot Foster, collect PE 1-5000. BABY SITTER — More for bmn« than wages. HO 2-9810. BEAUTICIAN — Experienced, to take over following In well established shop. Above average wage* HO 2-6120. BOOKKEEPER — $325 a month. Cashier $200 a month. Clerk typist $250 a month. Posting Machine $22J a month. Stenographer $300 a month. American Employment 205 Plasa. LADY WANTED—For light housework—stay HO 2-7549 or HO 25759. MANAGER TRAINEE—Must have extensive selling experience in womans apparel. Must be neat In appearance and have pleasant personality. Age 21-40. Interested applicant apply at Illinois State Employment Service, 87 Henry. Alton, for Initial Interview. WANTED—Woman to baby sit and do light housework. CL 9-2572. 11D INCOME TAX INCOME TAX — Evenings and Saturday by appointment. Charles Welrich. formerly U.S. Internal revenue agent. HO 5-7429. INCOME TAX SERVICE 609 K. Broadway. HO 5-8022 Hours: 9:00 A. M. -3:00 P. M. Evenings—5:30-9:00 P. M. No Appointment Necessary Roger Stumpe. Albert Belanger WANTED—Woman as companion. $1.00 day. Stay. Kitchen privileges. Write Box 870 Care Telegraph. INCOME TAX — Bookkeeping service. Carol D. Brokaw. For appointment HO 2-9351 or HO 2-7159. INCOME TAX — And bookkeeping service for individuals or business. Milton Business service. Marlon D. Keyser. Call HO 2-4371 for appointment. INCOME TAX SERVICE — S. O. Battles, 472 S. Prairie. Bethalto, DU 4-4461. INCOME TAX SPECIALIST (OVER 20 YEARS' EXPERIENCE) Our business Is FULL TIME Accounting and Tax Practice—not a seasonal part - time sideline. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT EARL W. MANNS ACCOUNTANT & TAX SPECIALIST City Scales Office 1504 E. Broadway, Alton TAX SERVICE—At your home In privacy, Don't wait in line. Carl Roberts. CL 4-9600. EDUCATIONAL 12A INSTRUCTIONS AIRLINE JOBS The commercial alrllnei need younjj men and women today for: JET AGE expansion: hldh-paylng position* at • round hoitesses. re«ervatlonl«ts, communlcatlonlsts and passenger agents, otter opportunity to meet celebrities and FREE TRAVEL to InterestlnK places. If you are hlvh school srad. between ages 18-35. In good health, you may qualify for class now forming at air field. For Information phone Pilot Foster collect PE 1-9000. or CH 1-177) or writ* for free aptltest. Pott Office 1141, Airline Career Training School. Lambert Field. St. Louli. PIANO INSTRUCTION — Will accept beginners. HO 5-8B18. IS LOCAL INSTRUCTIONS PIANO AND ORGAN—You Will b« amazed how easy It Is to learn to play by new modern methods. Free lessons and use of Instrument In your home. Qualified teacher* centrally located in Alton. Wood River. Bait Alton, Roxana. Hartford. Bethalto, Fosterburg. For detail* call CL 4-4)20 after 6 p.m., •ny time Saturday. WANTED—R.N., 3-M. Weg- es $15.50 per 8 hours, with 2 weeks vacation pay. Call HO 5-9124. 2348 Virden. Mathers' Nursing Home. WHITE mlddleaged lady to baby- sit. HO 2-9664. WHITE BABY SITTER—To care for 3 children In our home. Shift work. Stay or so. $15 week. HO 51125. !• HELP WTD., Male * Female WANTED—Dental technician. Male. 2 years dental training. Employment Interviewer. Manager, Institution, female. Experience a* teacher. Salesman, retail trade, age 2130. Key punch operator, female. Stenographers. Cook, female. Apply In person. Illinois State Employment Service, 87 Henry. No fee charged. SALESMEN ATTENTION SALESMEN If you are looking for a better position why not get In oa the ground floor of new factory outlet. Apply vanguard Agenoy, 3314 E. Broadway. Alton. CAREER OPPORTUNITY AGE 21-45 For higher caliber men to enter professional sales field. Complete training program at full weekly salary, with bonus added for incentive efforts. You must have a car and be free to travel Monday through Friday, home weekends. We handle the fourth highest necessity on teh sales market and are one of the top rated companies In its field. Salary $105 per week Plus Bonus For Personal Interview SEE: MR. KUHN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12th STRATFORD HOTEL ALTON. ILLINOIS PEOPLE Interested In saleiwork. apply Shamrock Cafe between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m.. or after 5:30 p.m. WANT TO MAKE $30.08 OR MORE PER DAY— in pleasant route work? Can use man or woman, full or part time. Write Beulah Davis, BOX us. Mt. Vernoa. 111. EMPLOYMENT || HELP WANTED - MALE AIRLINE JOBS See our School Claw I2a ad and call Pilot Fwter. collect PE 1-8UM). W SITUATION WTP. — MALjB ^ EXCELLENT HANDY MAN.-Ya.rd work, painting, etc. Wlshe* extra work. Best of reference*. HO 29395. ___________ JOB WANTED—Yard work, handy Call HO 2-S7M after 5 p.m. 13 SITUATIONS WTD.-FBMALE COLORED woman want* work- 3 or 4 day* week. HO 5-«Mt. COLORED WOMEN—waatt «mins * housework t>y DM Stay HO 8-1438. OARDEN PLOWING—Discing nod yard work. Roy Werts. East Alton. Ph CL 9-HWi GARDEN PLOWING — RotQ-tlller. Blade work, yard leveling. Hand mowing. Work guaranteed. Free estimates. Insured. Workman* Compensation^ CL 9-6570. GARDEN PLOWING and yard leveling: «Uo small roto-tlller for Clg;" plates. CL 4-8437. ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS HARDEN PLOWING an4 dl«cin«. Bled* work. y*rd i*v*lia«. Cl 9-2353. U)UK w MI better B«K. Reie*e». r«- mlsor ecus aaa pel a«T controls vow U W. 4»*v 6010 WEATHER OAUNOAH DIOKII DAYS TODAY DEGREE PAYS YEAR A«0 LANCEN OIL COMPANY 1 1: :

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